DAILYKENN.com -- The far left seems to excel in one area: Blurring history. Sometimes the blurring is literal.
Decades from now the great grandchildren of today's Littlestown High School students won't know their great grandparents were patriots who backed Donald Trump. The reason? It appears moonbats at the school decided to alter the historical record by smudging images of students wearing MAGA hats.
From Fox 43 ▼
A case of censorship at Littlestown High School is sparking controversy after pro-trump hats that two students were wearing are blurred out from the yearbook.
One of the students in the picture says the move violates his First Amendment rights.
“I just think that whoever did this doesn’t like Trump," said 16-year-old Jeremy Gebhart.
Gebhart says that's he and his friend decided to show their support for the president during Littlestown High School’s spirit week back in October.
The photo landed a spot in the yearbook with some changes.
The hats embroidered with words reading “Trump: Make America Great Again” were photoshopped out.
"We were like they blurred our hats out!”said Gebhart.
“I was infuriated because he wears that hat because he supports our president," Said Lorriane Gebhart, Jermey's mother. “He’s not doing anything illegal he’s wearing a hat of support," he added.
“Everybody has First Amendment rights, freedom of speech and they are allowed to think what they want and say what they want but they aren’y allowed to take that away from other people," said Jermey Gebhart.
Gebhart says she is disappointed in the school's decision to blur the hats.
“It’s very upsetting," said Lorraine Gebhart. “Someone used this on purpose to blur out that Trump logo and make their own statement," she added.
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